With an ambitious and successful Pozible fundraising campaign, an empty amazing space in the CBD and the determination to move a class exercise to a professional production, A lie of the mind opens The Grange, a pop-up theatre and bar. Firstly, who knew that there was a huge empty warehouse in the city of Melbourne! Hidden near Victoria… Read more.
New kid on the theatre block Q44 Theatre Company have been wowing audiences in Melbourne with their latest play Orphans, starring Ashley Mckenzie, Mark Davis and Gareth Reeves. AussieTheatre reviewed the show last week – read full review here – and we loved it, to say the least. To celebrate this incredible new theatre company and their wonderful… Read more.
Orphans wasn’t exactly what I expected to find when I walked into the sprawling and maze-like first floor venue that Q44 operate out of, but it fit perfectly. My Saturday night at the theatre was one of the best I’ve had in a long time. Experienced a great venue, discovered a new company and saw… Read more.
There are some new kids on the theatrical block in Melbourne and we want you to know! The team behind the brand spanking new Q44 Theatre Company are a passionate group of theatre makers who aspire to build an ensemble of players from within an artist-driven theatre company. Their first play, Delores, premiered last month… Read more.
A Chorus Line, originally staged in 1975 is an art-imitating-life production about seventeen dancers vying for eight spots in a chorus line for a Broadway show. The last leg of A Chorus Line’s Australian tour, opened on Friday night to an eager, yet slow to warm up Brisbane crowd. When I heard the familiar opening… Read more.
One of Australia’s most talented triple threats, Ashley Mckenzie, is currently starring as Bobby in the Australian revival tour of A Chorus Line set to open at the Capitol Theatre on July 20. After appearing in his first musical (Saturday Night Fever) at age 21, Ashley has gone on to perform in Wicked, Sweet Charity,… Read more.